Presents the daily life of Officer Bryan -- his home, his family, his involvement in different cases and situations. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archive. Email us at email@example.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topic: police
San Francisco native Darrell Rogers (b. 1945 in the Fillmore) describes his childhood experience of a friendly policeman named Eddie who helped him transition from the black school in the Fillmore where he started to the white school (Argonne Elementary) in the Richmond where he moved in 1954. But his childhood experiences, while still influential, are ultimately unraveled by the casual but brutal racism that characterizes the relationship between white police officers and black citizens. Topics: police, San Francisco Police, racism, police brutality
byNatl Assn Of Automotive Mutual Insurance Companies
Talks about how proper traffic enforcement can reduce accidents. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks 16mm Archive. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topics: police, traffic
byAssociation-Sterling Films, Brandon Films, Inc, Fleetwood Films, Inc.
Demonstrates how police behavior can increase or diminish the hostility potential in everyday occurrences in law enforcement. Sequences illustrate such typical problems as a street corner gang, a speeding car, a barroom brawl, and a campus demonstration. CCM Films; [made by] Vision Associates; produced in cooperation with the International Chiefs of Police. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact... Topics: police training, police, cops
Designed to make police officers more aware of the kinds of interpersonal difficulties with which they must learn to deal. Four events are re-created and dramatized in order to trigger examinations of unethical conduct incidents such as falsifying testimony in the interest of "justice," an officer's beating of a man who shot at him, and the taking of candy and cigarettes from a store during an investigation. From the Police: The Human Dimension series Topics: Social ethics., Police.
Situations: Conflicting loyalties of an officer torn between a partner and professional responsibilities. Dealing with the opposite sex and moral temptations encountered. Preserving professional integrity under the pressures of peer and supervisory corruption. The strong bonds of loyalty that may tempt an officer to take the law into his own hands when a partner is injured. Video known as part of the Human Dimensions series Topics: Social ethics., Police.
Documents the difficulties and frustrations of urban law enforcement officers. focuses on the specific problems of the policemen of the South Bronx 41st precinct, known as Fort Apache and characterized by poverty, unemployment, substandard housing and a high crime rate ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Police, Law enforcement, Economic history, Law enforcement, Police, Social conditions
Explores the work and philosophy of American artist Joe Police as he creates works of kinetic wire sculpture favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Police, Joe, Police, Joe, Kinetic sculpture, Kinetic sculpture
Presents five vignettes representing situations a policeman might encounter: a distressed child, a burglary, an armed robbery, a purse snatching, and a rape. Shows the victims before and after their encounter with the police in order to train law enforcement officials to treat victims with empathy and sensitivity Topics: Victims of crimes, Police, Police, Victims of crimes
Police training film uses six vignettes that re-enact crimes involving informers. Shows how to determine when there is probable cause for search warrant or arrest, and how to test the credibility of informers. From the Legal Information for Law Enforcement series Topics: Police charges, Searches and seizures, Arrest, Informers, Arrest, Informers, Police charges,...
San Francisco native Darrell Rogers (b. 1945 in the Fillmore) describes the civil disobedience he participated in with 18 other young men in 1970 when the SF Police Department tried to impose a new mandatory ID card on all black males between 16-25 years old, ostensibly to help their investigation into the mysterious Zebra killings. Topics: Zebra killers, apartheid, ID cards, African American, black San Francisco, 1970, SF Police...
San Francisco native (b. 1945) and resident Darrell Rogers remembers the Hunter's Point uprising in the wake of the police shooting of Matthew Johnson. Topics: Hunter's Point Riot, Hunter's Point, Bayview, uprising, rebellion, 1966, national guard, Mayor...
byFederal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration
On Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects in Michigan. County roads are graded and surfaced. Shows airports at Lansing and Detroit and emergency landing fields under construction. Women learn rug making and weaving. Braille books are made and proofread. A new state police headquarters is shown. Dramatizes the use of the police radio system in establishing road blocks to capture bank robbers. WPA and Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) units battle a forest fire in the Upper Peninsula. Fire... favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Airports, Braille, Civilians, Forest fires, Highway construction, Michigan, Motion pictures,...
Presented by the United States Air Force, this Vietnam era news review (likely from 1965) features various segments, including hand-to-hand combat training being given to Security Police being deployed to Southeast Asia. The training takes place at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. Mail service for the troops in Vietnam is shown, with the Saigon Air Mail services being delivered by Pan Am aircraft and processed at Tan Son Hut. F-105 aircraft are shown returning from strikes against North... Topics: United States Air Force, Hand-to-hand Combat, Vietnam War, Lackland Air Force Base, Vietnam War,...
byJohn Coltrane Quartet; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
Produced by NET Music by the John Coltrane Quartet Summary Explores the relationship of the Bla.k policeman to other blacks by interviewing those on both sides in New York City and Los Angeles. Points out that some see Black police officers as representing a white system badly in need of change while other Blacks accuse the Black cop of seeking only the instant authority that comes with a badge. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, African American police, Police-community relations, Civil rights,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
This film was made to instruct police officers on the basics of childbirth and to show them an actual birth - mostly so they wouldn't panic or pass out when confronted with such a scenario. WARNING! The poor acting by actual police officers and doctors and low production values in this film make the live birth scene even more shocking than others from this genre. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC . favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 28 reviews ) Topics: police training, miracle of birth